301818 Pitcher Plant Print Pitcher Plant Print Pitcher Plant Print

Pitcher Plant Print

by Elizabeth April Sadler No Artist Reviews
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A 4 colour separation open (1000) edition print from an original I painted in Seychelles that was purchased by the State Insurance Co as a birthday gift on behalf of Seychelles Peoples Progressive Front for the then President Albert Rene. The botanical illustration depicts the endemic Pitcher plant ( Nepenthes Pervillei), known locally as Pot a eau, with Bois Rouge (DIllenia Ferruginea) , a small tree the pitcher plant uses as a structural support high in the mist forest. The plant was painted uses reference paintings done in situ. Very limited number left in stock Professionally printed in Durban from the transparency of my original watercolour. The print is personally signed. Actual print size is 11'' x 8.80'' on 17'' x 12'' artists paper The print is rolled in a strong cardboard tube for secure delivery and dispatched within. 12 hours of notice of sale
W 16.93" x H 12.01"
W 43.00 cm x H 30.50 cm
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About the Artist

Apart from an 'A' level in Art, Elizabeth is self-taught. She has painted throughout her life on a daily basis and it is a source of joy and constant exploration for her. The passion she feels for her work is expressed in her diverse subject matter and use of vibrant colours. Growing up in a sm...

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